The funeral will take place on Monday of the Tandragee man who died after a single vehicle road traffic collision on Thursday afternoon.
Sixty-year-old Arthur Patrick Lavery, of Corlust Road, Tandragee, had been travelling along the Bessbrook Road, near Markethill, when the accident happened shortly before 3pm.
His silver coloured Seat Alhambra car left the road and struck a tree, with police having appealed for witnesses to come forward.
The deceased was well-known and highly respected in the local area.
His funeral will leave his home on Monday, at 11.30am, for Mass at St Patrick’s Church, Ballyargan.
Mr Lavery is survived by his loving wife, Anna, son Artie and daughter Geraldine Byrne, daughter-in-law Marian, son-in-law Brian, brothers Francie and Brendan, and sisters Carol McCooey, Marian McCaffery, Carmel Maye and Pauline Magill, grandchildren Kate, Aaron, Suzanna, Marianna, Eva and Quin, and wider family circle.
Deepest sympathy is extended to them all at this time. RIP.
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